Our new, local Hungarian restaurant is almost operational.
A lot goes into retrofitting an existing space to become a new restaurant. It’s complicated and involves many, many inspections but this job is moving along at a remarkable pace. A couple of weeks should take care of the physical plant. Then there’s stocking and training to do. The July opening is on track.
This is going to be a neighbourhood restaurant in every sense. Owners Edit and Lorie are hiring staff that can walk to work and there are great entry-level jobs for young people who want to learn the business.
There will be 15 tables and 30 chairs. A peek at labels on boxes indicate that the flooring with be maple. You read it here first.